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Subject Steel Eating Bacteria possibly in the Gulf?
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Original Message "A leading scientific journal has warned of bacteria growing in
bilge water that can eat through the steel hull of a ship in a
matter of months.
Aerobic bacteria use up all the oxygen in the bilge water. This
results in an ideal environment for anaerobic sulphate-reducing
bacteria (SRBs) such as “desulfovibrio desulfuricans”. These
bugs convert the sulphates in seawater into corrosive sulphides
that attack metal.


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